Presbyterian College


At Alpha Delta Pi, we are a sisterhood of friends, a family of individuals, and a home away from home. We embrace every woman's uniqueness, we encourage and support each other's goals and dreams, and we value character above all else. Founded in 1851 at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia, Alpha Delta Pi was the first secret society for women.

To date, Alpha Delta Pi has initiated more than 265,000 women, many of whom are actively involved in one of over 160 collegiate chapters and 150 alumnae associations throughout the United States and Canada.

Presbyterian College Eta Xi chapter was founded on January 20th, 1990. Our sorority is committed to high academic standards, social responsibility, sisterhood, values, and ethics. Presbyterian College Alpha Delta Pi is home to us.

A Letter From Our President

Coming into college my freshman year, I never would have imagined myself as a sorority woman. I didn’t go through fall sorority recruitment and I honestly had no plan to ever join a sorority. I told myself that I was at college to make a few friends and to focus on my academics. 

However as I began to find my footing at PC, I began to realize that I was surrounding myself with so many amazing sorority women.  I watched my best friend run home to ADPI and honestly found myself feeling regretful for not giving it a chance. My classmates and friends all seemed to have one thing in common, they were all ADPis and I wasn’t.

So when I came back to campus for the Spring semester that year, I was given the opportunity to pursue spring recruitment for ADPi. I very quickly realized that these were the girls I wanted in my life. 

Very quickly after receiving a bid to Alpha Delta Pi I began to truly find myself. Being in Alpha Delta Pi has given me so many opportunities that I could have never even dreamed about. I have met the girls who will be my bridesmaids and the aunts to my kids. I have been able to serve my community and have felt like I have truly been able to make a difference. I have been given an academic support system and have excelled in my academics. I have pursued many leadership opportunities that have provided me with a professional network and taught me many leadership skills. 

Alpha Delta Pi has truly become my home away from home. Whether I need a shoulder to cry on, a friend to help me out, or just a sister to grab lunch with, ADPi has given me this and so much more. I hope that you can find this in your own life. Being president of this organization has truly been a dream come true. 

Pi love and all of mine, 

Amanda Bailey